[UbuntuWomen] Fwd: 2009 Community Council vote complete

Amber Graner akgraner at gmail.com
Wed Oct 7 03:35:30 UTC 2009

\O/ Congratulations Lyz....  :-D!!!

On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 11:13 PM, vid <vid at svaksha.com> wrote:

> Congrats Lyz :)
> cheers,
> Vid
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Thanks to all Ubuntu members who participated in the CC ballot, which
> was completed today. The new community council takes office immediately,
> and (in alphabetical order) comprises:
>  Alan Pope
>  Benjamin Mako Hill
>  Daniel Holbach
>  Elizabeth Krumbach
>  Matthew East
>  Mike Basinger
>  Richard Johnson
> We had several additional candidates, and the ballot was richer for
> their willingness to stand. I'd like to thank all of them, and in
> addition would like to thank James Troup who steps down from the CC
> after 5 years as a founding member.
> Welcome to the new faces, I look forward to two wonderful years of good
> governance in the Ubuntu community!
> The structures by which we organise tens of thousands of participants
> have matured substantially in the past years. We have a deeper and
> richer LoCo structure today than ever before (thanks to those who lead
> there). The Forums Council has matured in its role and sets the example
> for delegated leadership from the CC. The Tech Board has lead the
> restructuring of the developer community, and so we are merging the
> excellend MOTU Council into the new Developer Membership Board,
> providing a more granular view of developer participation across the
> huge Ubuntu archive. Ubuntu Translations are now more formally lead. All
> in all, I'm proud of the commitment this community continues to show
> towards effective leadership, and the willingness of members of the
> community to step up and participate in that way. Thank you all!
> Mark
> ---------- /Forwarded message ----------
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Just me Amber.

There are lots of Linux users who don't care how the kernel works, but only
want to use it. That is a tribute to how good Linux is.
Linus Torvalds
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